The Trinidad and Tobago Consulate General of New York provides services for citizens of both the United States and Trinidad and Tobago.
According to the Ministry of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs, The Consulate General in New York exercises consular jurisdiction in the following states of the eastern seaboard of the United States of America – Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. The main purpose for the Consulate General is […]
Trinidad and Tobago are one country but both islands have their unique attractions.
In the southeast of the West Indies lies one of the most beautiful Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago is one country made up of two islands. Many tend to misunderstand the unity between the country of Trinidad and Tobago because of the separation between each island’s name. This separation of the […]
Pack your bags and head for an all-inclusive resort in the Caribbean
Instead of spending time and money to host relatives in your home where you don’t have enough room to accommodate them – pack your bags and head for an all-inclusive resort in the Caribbean. Take the stress and pressure out of holiday planning. Most quality, all-inclusive resorts have special holiday programs, holiday parties, festive meals, live shows, […]
Caribbean Christmas celebrations are joyous occasions with family, food, and fun. Come for the holidays and stay for the festivals and parties.
New York has been on the list of top domestic travel destinations for many consecutive years. During this winter holiday season alone, millions are expected to flock to New York to enjoy holiday festivities which include parades, holiday shopping, traditional holiday performances, ice skating and Christmas tree lighting ceremonies. But for everyone who is eager […]
"Each year, the Emancipation celebrations give us an opportunity to reflect on the struggle of our ancestors for freedom, against a system that denied them their dignity and humanity, often through brutally oppressive and violent means. It must have been a euphoric day, today the first of August, 180 years ago, when our forebear gathered in their village, and churches to rejoice and give thanks." - Jamaica's Prime Minister Andrew Holness
Jamaica is celebrating more than 100 years of liberation on the 21st annual Emancipation Day. Starting in the mid-1800s, the African colonies in the Caribbean were freed from slavery. Throughout the Caribbean, emancipation allowed natives to slowly piece together lives that were shattered by British colonization. In the early 1960s, Jamaica gained independence from the […]